You can count on us! (aka The Clock Song)
"You can count on us!" (The Clock Song) originally comes from a school project in Vienna, Austria called "Momo" featuring students form Danube International School. It was first performed with other music by Daniel Laubacher at the Odeon Theater in Vienna. The song is written using four unique tunes used in counterpoint to the same simple chromatic harmony. A refrain is also part of the structure. This song is lots of fun and kids get a real kick out of singing the polyphonic parts simultaneously. It may also be combined with classroom instruments.
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